Join myself and trainer Sam Williams as we dedicate this episode to Andee the three legged deaf dog. My Guest Sam started working with horses at a young age and her love for animals has lead her to have a passion for training protection dogs. She also enjoys decoy work and is involved in many dog sports.
At only 10 months old Andee an American Pit Bull Terrier has faced insurmountable challenges and continues to display a desire to live and thrive when most would say all hope was lost. You will hear this heartwarming story how Andee is recovering from being hit by a car not once, but twice and listen how she is adjusting to being deaf and the challenges she faces in the future.
Andee is needing a MRI at the price of $3500. If you can help or would like to contribute to Andee's care you can send a donation through PayPal at: Bridgestohome@gmail.com Be sure to Say it is for Andee.
You can find more information by visiting:www.Bthnm.org or contact Sam Williams directly at: Salmnwilliams@gmail.com
K9 Educators will be donating 50% of all classes through the month of November 2020 to help provide for Andee's care. Be sure to use promo code: Andee.
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